Comcast Corporation (NASDAQ:CMCSA) reported new business clients, ranging from Fortune 1000 firms to growing start-ups, for its enterprise IoT service named machineQ™. MachineQ marks as a scalable IoT network platform and service that utilizes Low Power Wide Area Network know-how to build enterprise-grade offerings for municipal organizations and businesses. The service is deployed utilizing the internationally adopted LoRaWAN™ protocol.
Tom Daly, the Senior Director of Strategic Technology, Woodstream Corporation, expressed that they see their collaboration with machineQ as a major strategic measure for the Victor brand of pest control offerings. By joining this advanced platform, they will be able to use their industry-leading portfolio of offerings to a larger audience and continue leading the marketplace with unique, economical solutions for pest control.
Utilizing machineQ’s LoRaWAN-based service, many IoT solution providers are supporting their end customers to make better-informed decisions. Adveez, IoT software and hardware solutions provider that tracks businesses’ major assets at seaports, airports and in cities with the objective of offering actionable data to identify and manage assets dynamically, lowering costs. Using LoRaWAN-based service of machineQ, Adveez offers end users with a strong communications backbone to implement asset tracking in expansive regions like cities and the flexibility to organize small tracking apps in commercial storage yards.
CareBand is a wearables manufacturer committed to reducing injuries to seniors following dementia-related wandering by offering real-time tracking. It offers location tracking both outdoors and indoors, and automated assessments of activity patterns to assist caregivers note early changes in condition. Using Comcast machineQ’s network, the firm is delivering this important information in dense urban environments and across wide geographies.
Neptune is hardware and software provider to the water market, serving over 4,000 utilities across North America. Its new, LoRa®-supported L900™ series of water endpoints offer a broad range of capabilities for sensor and water meter reading applications that requires long-range connectivity and low-power consumption. By using Comcast machineQ’s LoRaWAN-based offering, Neptune has a connectivity solution to support water utilities accelerate sustainability efforts and boost efficiencies at the best cost of ownership.
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